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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Research on coastal atmospheric change and Latin dance performance based on target detection network

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In recent years, with the progress of industrialization, human demand for natural resources has increased, China’s environmental degradation, and the management and treatment of volatile organic pollutants, etc., will not only become the cause of ozone pollution, but also have a huge impact on human health. In response to this problem, China issued the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan on Air Pollution Prevention and Management in Major Regions” in 2012, which for the first time clearly pointed out the policy on the management of volatile organic pollutants and the strengthening of corporate production, and management of volatile organic pollutants during transportation. Increase the use of low-volatile organic solvents, reduce the use of high-volatile organic solvents, promote the management of organic waste gas pollution, and strengthen the recovery and utilization of organic waste gas. Establish a monitoring system for volatile organic pollutants in major industries and improve the emission standards for volatile organic pollutants. Latin dance is a dance sport introduced to China in 1980, and now China holds Latin dance competitions every year. From an aesthetic point of view, Latin dance is a kind of artistic performance. Skilled Latin dance dancers during the performance can bring wonderful beauty to the audience and stimulate people’s love for this dance movement. Based on the summary of the related content of Latin dance art performance, this article further analyzes the current situation and development trend of Latin dance art performance, hoping to provide some valuable reference materials to promote the development of Latin dance art in China. Through survey methods such as questionnaire surveys and expert interview methods, the artistic performance of Latin dance is investigated.

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Rao, F. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Research on coastal atmospheric change and Latin dance performance based on target detection network. Arab J Geosci 14, 1853 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-08214-9

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